Of the apples you listed, Golden Delicious and Granny Smith are both grown commercially here in Lubbock County, Texas using drip irrigation. Gala is also another very productive and also good quality apple grown commercially on the South Plains. My favorite locally grown apple is Arkansas Black. It matures very late, at the end of October. It is an excellent keeper, it has a beautiful dark, almost black fruit, and it develops an outstanding flavor and texture in this climate. The tree is relatively heat tolerant. I don't think it is the same cultivar as Black Twig, but I just did the briefest Google search. My little "orchard" has two Arkansas Blacks and one Gala.
Although you didn't ask, I'm not a big fan of locally grown Golden Delicious for fresh eating, because most years they fail to develop a crisp enough texture. Granny Smith is crisp, but locally grown ones always taste sour to me. However, GD makes wonderful cider and GS is a great cooking apple. Again, this is my opinion and I'm sure plenty of people would disagree with me.
USDA Zone 7, AHS Heat Zone 8/9, Sunset Zone 10, Altitude 3,035', Average Annual Rainfall 20", Ecoregion Llano Estacado